Gurshan Murder

  • Indian boy's death an accident: suspect tells Oz cops March 10, 2010

    Melbourne: Indian national Gursewak Dhillon, accused in the death of threeyearold Gurshan Singh Channa, has reportedly told Australian police that he accidentally knocked the toddler down when he opened the house door. The 23yearold accused admitted disposing of the toddler's body but denied deliberately injuring the child, The Age reported. He told...
  • More trouble for suspect in Indian boy's death March 10, 2010

    Melbourne: Gursewak Dhillon, a parttime taxi driver who dumped threeyearold Gurshan Singh Channa's body nearly 20 km from his home in Melbourne, was being probed for "possible immigration fraud", an official said on Wednesday. Immigration officials were probing allegations that Dhillon was in the country on a fake passport, The Age...
  • No bail for Indian kid's suspected killer in Oz March 9, 2010

    Melbourne: The Indianorigin man accused of murdering an Indian boy in Melbourne has been refused bail. Police allege that Gursewak Dhillon, who stayed in the same house as the toddler Gurshan Singh Channa, placed the unconscious boy in the boot of his car and drove him around for at...
  • Oz cops get first break in Indian kid's death probe March 7, 2010

    Melbourne: Australian police probing the unnatural death of a threeyearold Indian boy in Melbourne claimed a breakthrough on Sunday, saying they are searching for a car seen at the place where the child was found dead three days ago. A green VR or VT Holden Commodore was seen at the place...
  • Indian child may not be victim of random attack: Report March 7, 2010

    Melbourne: Australian investigators probing the death of a threeyearold Indian child in Melbourne are leaning away from the theory that he was the victim of a random attack, a media report said on Saturday. One possibility is that he died of natural causes and someone panicked and disposed of his body,...
  • Oz cops call for calm, probe Indian boy's death March 6, 2010

    Sydney: Melbourne police on Saturday urged the Indian community not to jump to conclusions over the death of a threeyearold Indian boy whose body was found in a Melbourne street six hours after he went missing from his home. A spate of racist attacks in Australia's secondbiggest city is testing bilateral...